Je discutais l’autre jour avec un ami qui m’expliquait qu’il se sentait « surmené ».
« Tout à l’heure j’étais en ville assis à un café et je n’avais rien à faire. Je me suis alors rendu compte que je commençais à utiliser mon téléphone et envoyer des messages aux gens, juste pour m’occuper. Je crois que je me suis habitué à ne jamais m’arrêter. M’arrêter pour déstresser est devenu stressant ». Continue reading
Having a lifelist is very popular.
Like in the famous movie « The bucket list », you sometimes feel that the life goes fast and that you are forgetting dreams you had when you were young. A lifelist consist of things you really want to do before you die.
When I was young, my dad taught me how to fish, how to make a catapults, how to catch a snake with a stick of wood… All these typical things that make you proud of your father.
I know it’s a little bit silly to write something in English meant for people who don’t speak English.
Actually, my first idea was to send it to my cousin who is an English teacher. I wanted to suggest to her to print this article to give to her students.
But I would be happy to inspire more Frenchies, our English is just ridiculous compared to people from other western countries.
So please, share my message if you understand.
For most of us, we aren’t going to travel all our lives and doing a long trip is usually unique.
Two people can do exactly the same journey and have a totally different experience at the end. Your state of mind is the most important thing that is going to shape your trip.
Like all travellers, I want to have crazy memories, I want to be grateful forever, I want stories to tell my kids… and I’m working on it everyday.
Here is a list of tips I can give you after almost 10 months of traveling.